analogous


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Synonyms for analogous

Synonyms for analogous

possessing the same or almost the same characteristics

Synonyms for analogous

similar or equivalent in some respects though otherwise dissimilar

Related Words

corresponding in function but not in evolutionary origin

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Why do you think its taste is different from analogous beer brands?
Unlike the fins of its ancestors, those at the end of Tiktaalik's protolimbs included bones analogous to those in human wrists and fingers.
In Bank of America, the court found that, for sourcing purposes, acceptance and confirmation commissions that the taxpayer received were most analogous to interest, because such payments were, in substance, primarily designed to compensate the taxpayer for substituting its credit risk for the foreign bank's, in the same manner that interest compensates a lender.
Remediation liabilities generally arise as a result of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA or Superfund), the corrective action provisions of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) or analogous state and non-U.
In many ways this kind of coverage is analogous to title insurance, and very inexpensively transfers a whole category of risk out of the deal.
Features in the ancient ivory, analogous to the growth rings of a tree, chronicle years, weeks, and even individual days in a mammoth's life, says Adam N.
In an analogous way, the concrete wall greets the stone one that has been preserved as the main part of the street front.
The technique gives simultaneous focusing and separation of differently charged analytes in a manner analogous to isoelectric focusing of proteins, but is much simpler to implement than isoelectric focusing and has the additional advantage of working with any charged analyte, rather than just proteins.
The IRS recharacterized the losses as passive and argued that, because the taxpayer's business entity ,afforded him limited liability, his LLC interest was analogous to a limited partnership interest.
This lack of technical refinement also characterized the photographic work, with an analogous effect- it produced a wealth of stimuli on both a formal and an expressive level.
Although the Downtown market did not experience an analogous surge, activity was up 20 percent over last year.
Proponents of the view that cleanup costs should be capitalized believe cleanup of existing environmental contamination is analogous to the removal of asbestos as in issue no.
Now, Ian Barnes of University College London and his colleagues have compared lengthy stretches of Irish elk DNA with analogous genetic segments from members of 10 living deer species.